In 1920 Bernard Leach returned from Japan with Hamada Shoji to
found the Leach Pottery in St. Ives.
Click the Leach Pottery tiles above to view a Leach
St. Ives potters family tree.
Jim Malone at back at his very best,
visiit if you can this is a truly outstanding exhibition.
Slipware production has been revived,
Mr. Cardew would have approved!
A precision engineered adjustable oak stand, just
right for your cherished plate, charger or dish.
Now also available in Black!
Official opening on March 1st 2014,
Functional pottery is made to be used and at the same time give
pleasure to the user. Click one of the pots below to view my gallery
by form and make your judgement on how well the potter has fulfilled
his or her task.
15/04/2014 Links - Wood Fired Kilns
13/04/2014 Gallery - 4 Jos Pottery tankards
12/04/2014 Gallery - Colin Pearson
01/04/2014 Gallery - Peter Swanson
01/04/2014 Exhibitions - Mike Dodd
17/03/2014 Jim Malone at Oakwood Ceramics
16/03/2014 Exhibitions - A Lover of Pots
02/03/2014 Winchcombe Pottery - New Slipware
01/03/2014 Gallery - Winchcombe Pottery
27/02/2014 Home - Goldmark Pots
14/02/2014 Gallery - Phil Rogers
07/02/2014 Home - Goldmark Pots
16/01/2014 Gallery - Leach Pottery
16/01/2014 Gallery - Clive Bowen
13/01/2014 Exhibitions - Bill Ismay Collection
06/01/2014 Mick Casson - More Pots Added
18/12/2013 Leach Tree - Jeff Larkin
11/12/2013 Home - Mick Casson
10/12/2013 Exhibitions - Wobage Makers
20/11/2013 Gallery - Janet Leach
02/11/2013 Home - Tim Lake
31/10/2013 Potteries - Winchcombe Firing
30/10/2013 Pot Easel - New extra large
03/10/2013 Books - Warren MacKenzie
13/07/2013 Gallery - Richard Heeley
13/07/2013 Gallery - William Marshall
12/07/2013 Gallery - Hamada Pottery
24/06/2013 Festivals - Earth and Fire 2013